adjkm is an architecture collective founded in 2010. The group operates in Caracas.
The creation of the collective is the result of the group’s participation at the Simon Bolivar International Complex for Social Action through Music (CIASMSB) competition, in which their proposal won the first place. The outcome of this competition encouraged them to participate in different architectural competitions as the Simón Díaz Cultural Center in Petare, the Galeria Venezia renovation and the Ferme des Bordes in Paris, in which they were awarded honorable mentions in some of them.
The collective's work is based on the interaction of different activities such as research, communication, experimentation and synergy with other disciplines within the architectural project. This approach allows them to respond locally and globally to a wide variety of contemporary issues.
adjkm currently works in several projects and competitions both at a national and international level.
Alejandro Méndez, Daniel Otero, Khristian Ceballos and Mawarí Núñez.
Javier Mogollón, Mariana Lugo, Silvia Caradonna, Fernando Sánchez, Abel Piñate, Yoryelina Moreno, Josymar Rodríguez, Odelis Lozada, Maria Daniela Ceballo and Lino Cáceres.
Iván Gonzánlez and Jaime Santos.
Design Team since 2010:
Alejandro Dappo, José Castillo, Jean Rio, Mariana Otero, María Leonor Cordero, Franedward Moreno, Astrid Safina, María Eugenia Duarte, Fedora Dasilva, Pauline Scannella, Simonett Rosenberg, Nicole Calderón, Irene Jackson, Charlotte Serna, Johana Arias and Samantha Pieters.